Gum Care

Why Treat Gum Disease?

  • If gum disease is left untreated, in severe case, it can result in tooth loss. Treating gum disease early is the best way to prevent missing teeth.

  • The condition of your teeth and gums is closely linked to your overall health and wellbeing. By maintaining the health of your gums, you improve your overall wellbeing.

  • Often times, gum diseases is accompanied by a range of painful side effects and symptoms, including gum tenderness.

  • These side effects make every day activities (such as eating and brushing your teeth) difficult. Treating gum disease eradicated these side effects.

  • Halitosis (also known as bad breath) is commonly associated with gum disease. Treat the cause of the problem, and you’ll find that your bad breathe disappears.

  • Gum disease is usually accompanied by bleeding gums. Treating gum disease will stop this embarrassing state of affairs, improving the aesthetics of your smile, along with your self-confidence.

  • Our dentists routinely carry out careful oral examinations and will advise you on the state of your gum health.

  • We also have a Dental Hygienist in our practice: Mr Mark Thakin

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Mark Tha-Kin - Dental Hygienist

Our Location

Our Address

Shop 22, Winthrop Village Dental Centre

131 Somerville Boulevard

Winthrop 6150

Western Australia

Opening Hours

9am to 5pm Mon to Fri

9am to 1pm on Sat

Late nights available